DTV: A Civil Rights Issue?

My Mom just pointed out a local news story about the District of Columbia sending people door-to-door to make sure people in the lower-income neighborhoods are ready for the Digital TV transition coming this February. While looking for the story online, I ran across a press release marking the 100-day countdown to the digital conversion date on CivilRights.org.

I’m glad we’ve come far enough in this country that “civil rights” means making sure everyone gets to watch TV.

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DTV: A Civil Rights Issue?

My Mom just pointed out a local news story about the District of Columbia sending people door-to-door to make sure people in the lower-income neighborhoods are ready for the Digital TV transition coming this February. While looking for the story online, I ran across a press release marking the 100-day countdown to the digital conversion date on CivilRights.org.

I’m glad we’ve come far enough in this country that “civil rights” means making sure everyone gets to watch TV.

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